JEFFERSON -- Gresham Motorsports Park's 2013 annual trackside parking passes are now on sale for $150. <br />
In 2013, fans and drivers can be a part of five of the Southeast's most exciting races at GMP. Two of the five races will be Pro Late Model race events, including the Beau Slocumb Memorial Race on March 30 and the remaining three will be a part of the new Southern Super Series, including the World Crown on July 3-4.<br />
The Annual Trackside Parking pass will be good for all five of GMP's race events in 2013. Fans with a reserved annual space have a guaranteed premium parking space at every event without having to show up early to wait in line for trackside. The parking pass will be on sale for $150 (annual pass holders will have to pay ticket admission also). <br />
Fans that had reserved trackside spaces in 2012 will have an opportunity to keep their reserved space for 2013. The deadline for those who wish to renew their parking space will be Feb. 1, 2013. After that date, if the space has not been renewed, the space will be available for purchase. <br />
For those who do not reserve an Annual Trackside Space, trackside parking spots will be sold each race on a first-come-first-serve basis for $30 plus admission.<br />
Don't miss an opportunity to make someone's Christmas special. Make plans to attend all of GMP's race events in 2013. For more information about Trackside parking or to purchase a 2013 Trackside space, please call GMP at 706-367-9461.<br />
For more information about GMP and the 2013 race schedule, please visit www.RaceGMP.com. Follow GMP on Facebook (Gresham Motorsports Park) and Twitter (GreshamMP).
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